The 2019 CLM Cyber, Management, and Professional Liability Conference is a fully reinvented event that offers unprecedented access to leaders in the profession. Keith Novak, Associate Managing Director in Kroll’s Cyber Risk practice, joins insurance and legal experts at for a dynamic panel on the evolving nature of wire transfer fraud and business email compromise attacks and investigations.
Topic: One Step Ahead – The Evolving Nature of Wire Transfer Fraud and Business Email Compromise
Schedule: July 11, 2:05 p.m. (EDT)
Wire fraud is increasingly affecting attorneys and other professionals. In this session, panelists will examine wire fraud from a number of vantage points, including the many different examples of wire fraud, how it is evolving, and steps that professionals like lawyers and real estate professionals can take to better protect themselves. Panel will include prominent professionals in the fields of law, cyber security and data privacy, as well as a special agent with the FBI responsible for investigating criminal cyber-attacks targeting the financial sector. In addition, panelists will address the growing threat of business email compromise and steps professionals can take to decrease this threat. Topics will also include the types of insurance available, and whether professional liability policies will cover such losses or if professionals should research and purchase specific cyber policies.
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